VIDEO: Let’s talk Canon Law

How will we know if the Archdiocese and the Archbishop are following Canon Law during the All Things New process? Let’s look at Sts. Mary and Joseph Church that was put on the real estate market in 2021 for around $1,000,000. Make sure to read the documents below. The Archdiocese didn’t issue a Canonical Decree until after notifications and questions from the laity, (basically after the fact), which was then published in the April 4-10, 2022 issue of St. Louis Review, but saying it takes effect on March 7, 2022! You must issue the Canonical Decree BEFORE you even put it on the market.

4 responses to “VIDEO: Let’s talk Canon Law”

  1. Jeron Avatar

    How sad. My parents were married there in 1952. I wasn’t aware the church was being sold. Wonder what will be done with the funds?

  2. StLouis Avatar

    We continue to spread the word to the laity about the abusive and arrogant behaviors of the Archbishop and Fr. Martin, alias hatchet man in this process. We have asked for private meetings with him but we are not worthy of his time as he is a busy man. (His words).

    1. Raymond Stephens Avatar

      The “Deep Church” has no regard for the laity. This has been going on for many years (at least since 1963), and I know firsthand of at least three churches that were sold or demolished – one ” Assumption of BVM” (13th. and Sidney), St. Agnus also on Sidney St. and St. Boniface in South St. Louis near Lemay. I know this is only the tip of the iceberg and appears to be headed for further aggression unless these people are held accountable.
      Somehow and someway, we need to stand together and end this disregard of the laity of the Catholic Church.

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4 Comments

  1. Jeron says:

    How sad. My parents were married there in 1952. I wasn’t aware the church was being sold. Wonder what will be done with the funds?

  2. StLouis says:

    We continue to spread the word to the laity about the abusive and arrogant behaviors of the Archbishop and Fr. Martin, alias hatchet man in this process. We have asked for private meetings with him but we are not worthy of his time as he is a busy man. (His words).

    1. Raymond Stephens says:

      The “Deep Church” has no regard for the laity. This has been going on for many years (at least since 1963), and I know firsthand of at least three churches that were sold or demolished – one ” Assumption of BVM” (13th. and Sidney), St. Agnus also on Sidney St. and St. Boniface in South St. Louis near Lemay. I know this is only the tip of the iceberg and appears to be headed for further aggression unless these people are held accountable.
      Somehow and someway, we need to stand together and end this disregard of the laity of the Catholic Church.

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